Healthy Chicken & Butternut Squash Curry.

Ingredients: (Serves 2) 2 Chicken Breast, Cut Into Cubes 1 Red Onion, Roughly Chopped 1 Small Butternut Squash, Roughly Chopped 1 Green Pepper, Roughly Chopped 3 cloves Garlic, Finely Sliced 1 Thumb Size Piece of Ginger, Finely Chopped 1 Pak Choi, Chopped Roughly Juice of Half a Lime 2 Tb Sp Madras Spice 1 Tb…

Portavogie Prawns, Linguine, Spring Onion, Sundried Tomato & Lemon Butter

Serves x2 Ingredients: 2 Portions Linguine Pasta 200g Portavogie Prawn Tails 3 Cloves Garlic, Finely Sliced 1 Bunch Spring Onions, Finely Sliced 6 Sundried Tomatoes, Chopped Roughly 2 Tb Sp Basil Leaves, Picked Juice & Zest Half Lemon 50mls Extra Virgin Olive Oil 75mls Vegetable Stock 2 Tb Sp Unsalted Butter Sea Salt & Freshly…

My Salt & Chilli Chicken.

My version of the popular take-away Salt & Chilli dish, this works greatly with Chicken, Squid, King Prawns, Beef & various other meats & vegetables!

Baked Eggs “Shakshuka” & Lemon Tahini Dressing

This middle Eastern classic breakfast dish is perfect anytime of the day, add seasonal vegetables, sausage, seafood or even lamb to make a healthy no fuss dinner. The trick here is to use the best quality freshest eggs you can find.

Conference Pear, Vanilla & Cinnamon Tart Tatin

A classic french dessert is hard to beat anytime of the year, but the great thing about a delicious tart tatin is the versatility with seasonal changes. You can make a lot of exciting versions using different fruits at different times of the year! I love the classic pear & apple versions this time of…

Za’atar & Caraway Roast Squash, Tahini & Coriander Yoghurt

A super healthy roast squash recipe to enjoy as part of a meal or as a simple dish in itself. The flavour combination works a treat with the earthy spices, distinct Caraway & the addition of toasted nuts, seeds & dried fruit makes every mouthful as interesting as the last!   Ingredients: 1 large butternut…

Middle Eastern Roast Spatchcock Chicken

The humble roast Chicken… What’s not to like? When executed perfectly this would be a contender for my ultimate last meal. This past 6 months has been a great experimental & educational time enjoying many middle eastern inspired recipes at home from both famous cooks & my own imagination. I have a new found love…

Romaine Leaf Salad, Olive Oil, Tzatziki, Pomegranate & Sumac.

The perfect salad to enjoy with spiced roast chicken for a lazy healthy evening meal. I just love the the slightly sour & fruity flavour addition of the sumac alongside tasty pearls of pomegranate with these crunchy leaves. The tzatziki really brings this salad to life with its creamy fresh texture & flavour.   Ingredients…

Feta, Radicchio & Asparagus Salad, Pomegranate & Lemon Vinaigrette

A beautifully zesty & textured salad, make it your own by adding ingredients you enjoy. The feta cheese can be removed to replace with some grilled king prawns, crispy pork belly or any other choice of meat. (Serves 2) For the Salad; 4 Asparagus spears, sliced thinly on an angle 1 Head of baby gem…

Persian Lamb Pathia

My new favourite curry! I first tasted this beautiful curry a couple of years ago in an Indian Restaurant. I absolutely loved the tangy & slightly hot sauce with the rich succulent Lamb. I have seen it served with raisins etc through the sauce but i find it overly sweet so i have created my…

Monkfish & Parma Ham, Crab Sourdough Toast, Mussels & Cacciucco Ragu

Absolute luxury paired with the robust flavours of classic Italian cooking & the best of quality local seafood. This dish would sit happily on a menu year round, it eats lightly in the spring/summer months or delivers a rich & spicy dish in the winter months. The salty & slightly sweet Parma ham works so…

Carclinty Farm Mangalista Curlies

Us Chefs get excited about great quality produce, this plays a big part in our kitchen at Coppi where we have been lucky to work alongside some of Northern Ireland’s top producers & suppliers. Early last year we were invited to experiment with these fantastic Mangalista Pigs nicknamed Carclinty Curlies which was to say the least…